Indigenous peoples from throughout the Southwest and Mexico gathered in sells to discuss the treaty of Guadalupe Hidgalo and the issue of sovereignty. Out of nowhere, U.S. Border Patrol agents emerged from behind cacti and surrounded the gathering, intent on conducting a raid. If ever sovereignty meant anything, it was then, notes Robert Cruz of the Tohono O'Odham Nation.
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Fix the forced division of Tohono O Odham
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